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Register your interest for ABLFA’s conference in London from 9-10 June 2016.
Diana Hamadé, Attorney at Law and Founder of International Advocate Legal Services (IALS), share her experience and views on legal life in the UAE.
We are organising a legal services inward trade mission from the CIS region on 4-6 October 2016.
Lukoil’s president, Vahid Alakbarov, and Uzbekistan’s Prime Minister, Shavkat Mirziyayev, met on 19 April 2016.
The Leeds City Region China Business Club are delighted to invite you to their ’Monkey Business: Making the Most of the Golden Era’ event on 28 June in Leeds. Come and hear from a panel of experts working with and in China for advice on your own business strategy and operations.
The biannual Commonwealth Law Conference (CLC) is taking place between 20-24 March 2017 in Melbourne. The theme of the 2017 conference, “Thriving in a global world: building on the rule of law” presents a unique canvass to consider legal issues in our globalised world that both innovate and challenge lawyers practising today. The conference sessions will focus on current trends in Corporate & Commercial law; the legal profession; the rule of law, ...
On Thursday 12 May the Law Society hosted an inward delegation from Chile and signed a friendship agreement with the Legal Committee of the British-Chilean Chamber of Commerce
This conference will feature ten panels of interest to lawyers with an international practice including sessions on key legal issues.
The conference takes place at the Law Society on 28 June 2016.
Read the article on foreign wills from British-German cross-border litigators, Graf & Partners.
The Law Society is welcoming a delegation of Malaysian law firms between 29 and 30 June and we are keen to get firms involved.
Tahera Mandviwala, partner at TDT Legal, a Mumbai-based international law firm, shares her insights on the benefits of dual-qualification.
Norton Rose Fulbright should do more than admin in Manila — why not legal work too?
The global firm is offering partners, associates and legal executives the option to work remotely for up to one day a week.
But law firm study shows judges increasingly expecting ex-spouses to become financially independent.